Launched to coincide with the gallery%u2019s 20th anniversary, The Archive Project was the first time an entire set of Storefront%u2019s newsprints was publicly exhibited. The installation was based around a set of suspended sleeves containing newsletters, as well as a shelf of corresponding binders for each of Storefront%u2019s 120 exhibitions. A timeline illustrating the gallery%u2019s history was applied to the façade. Together, these materials constituted a record of the work of the over 1,000 artists and architects that had participated in Storefront%u2019s programming, including Vito Acconci, Petra Blaisse, Andrea Blum, Peter Cook, Dan Graham, Coop Himmelb(l)au, Diller Scofidio, Steven Holl, Enric Miralles and Lebbeus Woods.
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